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Public warned on land sale covered by CALTs

The city government has warned the public from buying lots in Baguio that are covered by supposed certificate of ancestral land titles.


WORLD-CLASS PERFORMANCE -- Members of the Bayanihan, the national dance company of the Philippines, rendered their winning performance highlighting folk dances, especially of the ethnic groups in Mindanao, at the soft opening of the “An Enchanting Christmas in Baguio” at Burnham Park’s Rose Garden on weekend. The group has recently won the top prize at the first Federation of International Dance Festivals Brazil World Championship and the 15th International Folklore Festival of Nova Prata. -- Harley Palangchao

The government agency in-charge of the agriculture industry in the country is taking measures to protect heritage products from being stolen or smuggled out of the Philippines, known as “biopiracy.”

He calls himself the simplest runner, not defined by expensive gears or trendy trail running proteins or pricey race equipment, but driven by his grit which enabled him to survive and thrive all throughout his inspiring 29 years of life.

 
Leaders in CAR told to make autonomy happen

Thirty-two years and still struggling.

 

The Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer (Penro) of Benguet is not sold to the idea of establishing a zoo within the Sto. Tomas Reservation in Tuba, Benguet.

 
 
City
INSPECTION -- Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong and City Administrator Bonifacio dela Peña inspected infrastructure projects in the city on Nov. 27 where only three of five projects passed the scrutiny of the team with City Engineering Office and City Buildings and Architecture Office. -- Glen Pat-ogan
Region
OWIK -- The mayors of the 13 towns of Benguet joined the owik, a thanksgiving ritual that jumpstarts an important gathering, during the grand celebration of the Adivay Festival 2019 and 119th foundation day anniversary of the province on Nov. 23 in Wangal, La Trinidad. -- Ofelia Empian
Environment
‘TRASHION’ SHOW -- In celebration of the Climate Change Consciousness Awareness Week, colorful recycled materials were showcased in a ‘trashion show’ staged by Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office-Benguet and designed by Tiong San La Trinidad creative employees on Nov. 25 at the PENRO grounds in Wangal, La Trinidad. The activity aims to create effective awareness among the public on the advantage of reusing and recycling of waste materials into creative and useful means while preserving the environment. -- Robeckson Garcia
Health
EXCELLENCE IN GOVERNANCE -- Benguet Gov. Melchor Diclas (r) and Department of the Interior and Local Government-Benguet Director Rufina Fegcan (4th from l) handed the Seal of Good Local Governance to Kibungan Mayor Cesar Molitas and wife, Florence, former vice governor. Aside from the seal, the town received P2.3 million, which Molitas said would be used for the construction of a clinic in Sitio Sayangan, Barangay Lubo, the only area in the town that does not have a health clinic. -- Ofelia Empian
Life
‘TINIKILING’ -- Students from Kamora National High School of Kabayan, Benguet perform the ‘tinikiling’ dance which is a fusion of the national dance tinikling and their own interpretation of the kiling dance during the 3rd Kiling Festival and the 119th foundation anniversary of the town on Nov. 28. Kiling is the indigenous name for the migratory birds, Siberian Rubythroat, which traditionally helped local farmers determine the time to prepare their land for farming the heirloom rice, kintoman. -- Ofelia Empian
Business
METICULOUS -- A farmer in Bangao, Buguias, Benguet transfers vegetable seedlings to the regular plot hoping the plants could establish their roots before any tropical storm will hit the country before the year ends. Benguet remains the top producer of temperate vegetables in the country with the provinces of Ifugao and Mountain Province complementing the production of highland vegetables. -- Jane Cadalig
Sports
BOUND FOR SEAG -- Three of eight-man members of the Philippine Kickboxing Team to see action in the 30th Southeast Asian Games, Rex De Lara, Renz Dacquel and Karol Maguide, wrapped up their training in the highland last week. With them are boxing trainer Nathan Bolcio, Highland Boxing Gym Manager Brico Santig, Manny Sanidad, and manager Darwin Miller Dep-ay. -- Contributed photo
 
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